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Professional Training

We Provide Our Lic agents Professional Training through Seminars and Sponsorship for special Training Programs.

Flexible Job

We Are Giving Option For Candidate, Who Want To Become LIC Advisor. You can earn as much as you want (Part Time / Full Time).



Join LIC as an Advisor For Successful Life.

Any one can Join LIC of India As An Insurance Advisor on Part Time or Full Time Basis.

Our Support

  • Free Regular Training with Breakfast, Lunch & Tea
  • Assistant for clerical job
  • Free monthly magazine
  • Monthly printed/online report of your performance
  • Educational seminar at every 3 months
  • Flexibility according to your present job
  • Gifts and awards
  • For Part-time Joiners, special Regular Training on Sundays

0 Agents can’t be wrong

LIC had 12,78,234 agents as on 31 March 2012, out of which the number of active agents was 12,14,111

I wanted to generate additional income source becauseof my day to day increasing expenditure. Now, after becoming a LIC agent my savings have become strong.

Sunil Prabhu Accountant


Why LIC

You will be associated with one of the leading Life Insurance Company of the world. The brand image of LIC of India is huge, people in India identifies life Insurance as LIC only. Thus selling life Insurance policies for LIC of India is much easier.
We have different products catering to the differing needs of all segments of the society. These are basic insurance plans (whole life, endowment and money back), Term Assurance Plans, Unit linked plans, Pension Plans, Health plan, Variable Insurance Products etc.
The sum assured of all policies issued by LIC of India including any bonuses declared in respect thereof and, subject to the provisions contained in section 14 the amounts assured by all policies issued by any insurer the liabilities of which have vested in the LIC of India under this Act, and all bonuses declared in respect thereof, whether before of after the appointed day, shall be guaranteed as to payment in cash by the Central Government. Under-Section 37 of LIC ACT, 1956

Our Statistics

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